How to get here

Chipping Norton sits on the A44 between Oxford and Worcester and the A361 between Burford and Banbury. For those of you with a Satnav, OX7 5DD will put you in the centre of town next to the Town Hall.

The S3 bus runs regularly between Oxford and Chipping Norton.

The 50 runs between Chipping Norton and Stratford.

The 488 runs between Chipping Norton and Banbury.

There are railway stations at Kingham and Charlbury, both of which are set on the Cotswold Line which runs from Oxford through to Hereford.

We encourage our visitors to use the free car park at the Chipping Norton Health Centre, off the London Road which is 10 minute walk from the centre of Chipping Norton.

There is a long stay free car park on New Street OX7 5NF and parking is free throughout the town after 18:00 and all day Sunday. However, it does get very busy so give yourself plenty of time.


The train line between London Paddington and Kingham (the nearest station to Chipping Norton) has been closed between Paddington and Oxford until the end of May.

This means that unless you are coming from Oxford or the west of the country, that line is unavailable.

If you are travelling from London by train, you should go via London Marylebone to Banbury. The 488 bus goes from Banbury town centre, five minutes walk from the station. It takes approx 50 minutes to get to Chipping Norton.